The City That Disappears (Instrumental Version)

by Thot

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This recording was crafted with the help of the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles - Service des Musiques non Classiques.
Grégoire Fray plays on Custom77 guitars and uses Waldorf synths.
All our guitars and bass effects are provided by Crush The Button.

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released September 8, 2016

All music written, performed, arranged and recorded by Grégoire Fray in Belgium, Czech Republic, France and Switzerland, between October 2011 and September 2013. Vocals and piano recorded by Ulysse Wautier at Rec’n’roll studio (Brussels, Belgium).

Bass guitar perfomed by Julien Forthomme.
Additional drums programming by Gil Chevigné.
Additional piano performance by Hugues Peeters.
Vocal performance on Negative Buidlings & Traces by Arielle Moens.
Additional production on Blank Street by Dimitri Tikovoï.
Spoken voices by Enki Witerez, Szymon Danis, Mikhail Savotikov, Cléo Collomb and Sarah-Marie Frerichmann.

Mixed by Magnus Lindberg at The Vilhelm Room (Stockholm, Sweden).
Mastered by Frédéric Alstadt at Ångström Mastering (Brussels, Belgium).
Artwork by Caroline Derselle aka haikudesign.be
“Cemetery II” drawing by Márk Tomka.

Produced by Grégoire Fray & White Leaves Music
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